This Bajaj Pulsar 220 is a Poor Man’s Ducati Multistrada


Bajaj Pulsar is among the most common bikes used by the aftermarket bike modification houses and this is a perfect example of it.

This is a great example of how a regular Bajaj Pulsar owner can get a taste of a Ducati Multistrada without breaking the bank. Aftermarket bike modification houses have become so competent that they are able to replicate just about any motorcycle from across the globe. What is even more impressive is the fact that it is not entirely possible for anyone to recognize the difference at first glance. Here are the details of this uniquely modified Pulsar 220.

Bajaj Pulsar Modified like a Ducati Multistrada

While the overall bike might look a bit more compact and smaller in dimensions, which is understood, the intricate details of the designs are spot-on. This includes an aggressive front end with a sharp element under the headlamp cluster, a massive wind visor with a compact handlebar, a barebone body structure with narrow rods as a frame, a rugged exhaust pipe, sleek side body panels, muscular fuel tank, a Jerry can at the rear, golden spoked wheels, and much more.

List of Modifications on this bike

There are a ton of performance modifications on this bike as well. The owner has mentioned that it is on sale as well.

  • Long Tax (2027)
  • Plate B Depok
  • Front Lift 10 cm / Back 5 cm
  • Front Rim Ring 19/2.5 inch (Scarlet)
  • Rear Rim 17/5 inch Ring
  • Front Tyre 110/80 (Metzeler)
  • Rear Tyre 160/80
  • Crashbar
  • Bracket Box
  • Top Box
  • Tank Bag
  • Windshield
  • Mud Guard
  • Handguard
  • GS Muzzle
  • Exhaust
  • Engine Guard